Academic Competition TeamThe Academic Competition Team competes in "jeopardy" like tournaments with other high schools. This group meets on Thursday at 2:30 in room 112. To join, listen to the morning announcements, or read the electronic signs in the cafeterias. Come to the next meeting.Joshua Peitz
Art ClubGives students an opportunity to participate in a variety of art activities, such as beautify the school and community projects. The Art club meets twice a month which is posted on the door in room 139. Listen to the morning announcements or look for a sign on the door of room 149 for the next meeting date.Justine Garcia
Rebecca Schwartzstein
Art Services ClubThis club assists the WHS community with signs, announcements, murals and any other artistic displays needed around the school. Meeting dates are on Tuesdays in room 120. Listen to the morning announcements or look for a sign on the door of room 120 for the next meeting date. Sign up at the next meeting.Jesse Angatia
AV ClubThe purposes of this club is to provide the morning televised school news and announcements, and to videotape and edit important WHS school events. The club meets every morning in room 222.Richard Fitzpatrick
Band(Marching Barrons) An extra-curricular activity, open to all students who play instruments or perform auxiliary units such as Honor /guard, Color Guard and Drill Team, meeting after school and performing at football games, parades and other approved events. The Marching Band participates in competitions, pep rallies, concerts, special community projects and events and festivals throughout the year.Jason Kohn
Jennifer Kohn
Barron PerspectiveThe Barron Perspective is Woodbridge High School's newspaper, which is staffed and written by the students of Mr. O'Halloran's Journalism I and Journalism II courses. New issues of the Barron Perspective are published to the school website, and can be seen in cafeteria 125. If you are interested in journalism, please see Mr. O'Halloran in room 304.Brian O’Halloran
Chamber ChoirLisa Romero
Chess ClubThe club is open to all students, experience is not necessary in the game of chess. A round robin tournament will be set up for all experienced students. The novice players will be given the opportunity to learn the game and pick up some strategies from the more experienced players. The club will normally meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Listen to the announcements for the first November meeting.
Chinese Honor SocietyThis club is to promote Chinese Language & Culture and give students an opportunity of reflecting & practicing their knowledge in Chinese outside of classrooms."Tiffeny Chen
Christian ClubYamely Rivera
Color GuardDemcsak, Rebecca
Drama ClubThe club allows students to participate in the world of theatre arts including acting, directing, creating a scene, stage management, and communicating with an audience. students also experience theatre appreciation by attending shows on Broadway, as well as critiquing each others work. The most important goal is simply for students to learn how to work together to create something that will entertain and inspire others. The club will meet weekly, usually on Wednesdays in room 150/ Auditorium. Listen to the morning announcements for the next meeting.Kelly Terrell
Thomas Lynch
Ecology ClubThe Ecology Club is dedicated to environmental awareness and a cleaner, safer earth. It is open to all students and meets on Tuesday’s in room D16. For meeting dates listen to the morning announcements or check for a sign on the door of D16. To join just show up at the next meeting.Thomas Picciano
Scott Semmens
El DoradoThe "El Dorado" is the WHS literary and Art publication featuring the work of WHS students. See Ms. Kreisel if interested in becoming part of this team. They meet on Thursdays in room 308. To join, listen to the morning announcements and come to the next meeting.Judith Kreisel
English as a Second Language (ESL) ClubThe ESL Club provides support to students whose first language is not English. The Club is open to all students at WHS. It allows linguistically diverse students to meet and further their learning of the English language by socializing with native speakers of English. Club activities include promoting vocabulary and language skills, the exploration of American culture, discussion, group games, and homework assistance.Peter Morrison
Mary Kiefer
Freshman MentorsAllows students to promote spirit and camaraderie through Woodbridge High School. Students will help the incoming freshman through their first year of high school.The freshman mentors meet second Tuesday of every month in room 307. Listen to the announcements for the next meeting. in order to join you must submit an application to Ms. Russell or Ms. Bechtold.
Lisa Bechtold
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)A professional organization that is open to all students, the FBLA promotes leadership through Business Awareness,, Education, and Community Service. The FBLA meets on Thursdays in D5. Listen to the morning announcements or look for posted flyers in the D-wing. To join, come to the next meeting.Kathleen Prochoren
Future Problem Solving Club (FPS)The FPS competes in academic competitions with the New Jersey Problem Solving Program. The purpose is to promote teamwork through creative thinking and problem solving techniques. Meeting dates are flexible. You can join a team or make one of your own with 4-6 students. Listen for dates over the morning announcements. the meetings take place in room 200.Joseph Williams
Gay-Straight AllianceGSA was founded to create a safe environment for our Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered or Questioning students and their straight allies to meet, learn, work and grow. Together we will identify our missions and goals and assess our school’s climate. It is our hope that with this Club we can continue the important work of maintaining a safe school environment for all of our students regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. We meet every other Monday in Room 150 from 2:45p - 4:30p.Peter Morrison
Mary Kiefer 
Heros & Cool KidsJesse Angatia Amanda Small
Host and Hostess ClubThis club plans food and activities for various functions throughout the school year. Meetings are held in class.Natisha Versuk
Interact ClubThe WHS interact club provides opportunities to develop leadership skills in addition to providing community service. The Interact Club meets in room 105. The club meetings dates vary. Listen to the announcements or look for posted signs. To join show up to next meeting.Scott Semmens
Jessica Montes
International Culture ClubOpen to all students, the ICC participates in community service projects, while integrating and enhancing the cultural diversity of our local population. The ICC meets every other week on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in room 105. To join see Ms. Zeitz or Ms. Zadigian, or come to the next meeting.Suzana Zeitz
Junior Cotillion CommitteeOpen to Juniors, this group meets to plan and decorate for the Junior Cotillion. As the days and meeting places vary, listen to the morning announcements and posted signs for details.Brian O’Halloran
National Honor SocietyThe National Honor Society is an Academic and Community Service Club. Meetings are held twice per month in the Cafeteria/Library. Listen to the morning announcements for the next meeting. Students must possess a 3.3 minimum grade point average and must be involved in extracurricular and community service activities.Lisa Bechtold
Spring MusicalWHS presents a full-fledged Broadway-style musical theatre production. Students are involved as actors, singers, dancers, musicians, stage managers, and other backstage areas. All students are given the opportunity to audition for the annual WHS Senior Musical to be performed in late winter/early spring. Practices vary, Monday - Friday and some Saturdays. Listen to the morning announcements for audition dates. See Mr. Lynch for more information.Thomas Lynch
Kelly Terrell
Senior Prom CommitteeOpen to seniors, this group meets to organize the Senior Prom. They meet on Wednesdays in room D-228. Listen to the announcements. To join, attend the first meeting.Cari Hain
Silent ChoirKimberely Tan
Social Justice If there’s one word to accurately describe the Social Justice Club at Woodbridge High School, it’s “altruistic”. Founded two years ago, the Social Justice Club is an after school student group devoted to furthering its mission of bringing about political, economic, and social equality within the community. Despite facing some limitations, the teenagers recognize the value of helping others. These students shed light on injustices affecting the people of today and actively participate through discussions, presentations, and volunteer service. Already, they’ve caught the attention of neighboring schools and seem well on their way to starting a local trend.Kimberley Zadigian
Spanish Honor SocietyThe purpose of this club is to promote Hispanic culture, practice Spanish and help students with homework. Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of the month in room D226.Yamely Rivera
Student CouncilThe purpose of this club is to give students a chance to voice their concerns/opinions on the happenings of the school. A student needs to be voted by their class.Stacy Huber
Video Game ClubBrett Hoyer
Weight RoomGives students the opportunity to weight train for sports, to be physically fit, to increase strength and to build self-esteem. The weight room is open Monday-Friday from 2:30 - 3:45. The weight room is open to all WHS students.Joseph LaSala
Yoga ClubLaurie Vuksanovich